Events & News

 St. Mary’s Cathedral Sunday
“Musical Meditations” Livestream”

St. Mary’s Cathedral YouTube

  • Upcoming LIVE and Livestreamed

    • Sunday, August 1, 4:00 pm: Dr. Michal Szostak (Poland), Organ.
    • Sunday, August 8, 4:00 pm: Kevin Navarro, Piano, and Joshua Hughes, Baritone. Works by Bach and Mendelssohn.
    • Sunday, August 15, 4:00 pm: Roland Voit, Organ.
    • Sunday, August 22, 4:00 pm: Christoph Tietze, Organ.
    • Sunday, August 29, 4:00 pm: Angela Kraft Cross, Organ.

Bioethics from a Catholic Perspective
August 10, 2021
(Seven Weeks)
7:00 PM

The Archdiocese of San Francisco is very excited to announce our latest online course offering, a special course taught by Dr. Joe Zalot of the National Catholic Bioethics Center on bioethics from a Catholic perspective. These seven consecutive classes will be taught live on Zoom starting on August 10th at 7 p.m. (San Francisco time) and will be recorded for your convenience. 

Topics covered will include end of life decision making, euthanasia, medically assisted nutrition and hydration, advance directives, tissue donation, palliative care, and will cover an array of reading (recommended but not required!), particularly from Papal teachings. Register here.

For more information, contact Deacon Fred Totah, Director of Pastoral Ministry at 415-614-5504 and

Join us for the 5th annual Together in Holiness marriage conference presented by the St. John Paul II Foundation and the Archdiocese of San Francisco Office of Marriage and Family. This one-day conference includes dynamic presentations as well as Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation, an opportunity to learn about diocesan and local ministries, and on-site childcare.

Mass Celebrant: Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone

Speakers: Damon Owens, Rev. Cameron Faller, Rev. Kyle Faller, and Mary Caprio, CFCP, MAT, MTS

Registration: $59/couple and $35/individual. Early Bird discount available until August 2.  

At-Home option also available: $15. Scholarships available upon request. 

On-site childcare (4-12yrs) available with pre-registration. 

For more information, please visit or email

Small Faith Groups Ministry

Are you interested in a way to grow in your understanding of faith and how the Scripture connects to your personal life?   

What is a Small Faith Group? A group of 6 to 10 people with similar life experiences who gather outside the confines of St Mark to reflect on the chosen study guide and how it relates to their day to day life.  More information can be found in the attachment below.

The St Mark Pastoral Council is seeking input from our parishioners regarding a new Small Faith Groups Ministry that will provide opportunities for adults to connect their love of God with their current station in life in a new and deeper way, while strengthening bonds among parishioners.   

Thank you for participating in the Survey.

Volunteer Recruitment Drive!
Who?  All ages.  
When?  Saturday –  4:30pm mass and all Sunday masses.
Youth & Children’s choir at the 9:45am Sunday mass.

Learn More:  
Email Nelia Licudine at or call at 650-425-0778

Mental Health First Aid: 
Four Tips to Manage Burnout

Richard Collyer, Archdiocesan Mental Health Ministry      415-614-5593
According to the American Institute of Stress, nearly 83 percent of American workers experience work-related stress across the country. This stress causes approximately 1 million employees to miss work every day and can lead to drops in productivity. If left untreated, it can even lead to symptoms of depression and anxiety. This is why it’s vital that you recognize how you are feeling and take time to protect your mental health with self-care. Self-care is an important tool to help manage symptoms of burnout and regain physical, spiritual, mental and emotional balance. Gain information and support by reading “Four Tips to Help Manage Burnoutat